Tyler's work has appeared on VH1's RuPaul's Drag Race, in Elle magazine, MTV, Bravo, Food Network, on Broadway, and online on Vogue, Vogue Paris, People, WWD, on red carpets, and more.
Tyler Neasloney launched his eponymous label in 2019 with a focus on bespoke gowns, menswear, costumes for stage and screen, and custom luggage. Entirely self-taught, Tyler's love of design and garment construction began when his mother—a master quilter and seamstress—taught him how to sew at a very young age.
Originally from Wyoming, Tyler moved to New York City in 2012, working first in the publishing industry and then for the Ali Forney Center—the country's largest non-profit dedicated to housing and caring for homeless LGBTQ+ youths—where he led the agency's special events for six years.
Within months of launching his label, Tyler was selected to compete on Bravo's Project Runway season 18.
Lauded for his meticulous craftsmanship and painstaking attention to detail, Tyler is proud to dress people of all sizes and gender expression.